Skip to comments.Obama and Democrats Following in Hitlerís Footsteps
Posted on 10/19/2011 11:41:52 AM PDT by tcrlaf
How does one assume complete power over a nation?
By getting one group of people in the nation to start hating another group of people and then make the targeted group the rallying point around which all others can focus their hatred and blame.
In the late 1700s, a politician by the name of Maximilien Robespierre was a very articulate member of the left-wing bourgeoisie in France. The French people for the most part lived in poor conditions. Robespierre began to blame the French aristocracy for the squalid lifestyles of the people. The French populace rallied around his hatred of the royals until the nation erupted into what is known as the French Revolution.
Robespierres actions also led to the Reign of Terror in which the vast majority of the French aristocracy and wealthy were attacked by the people. Many were beaten to death, others guillotined and yet others imprisoned.
After the French Revolution, much of the people found their living conditions to worse than it was before the revolution.
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More: "I truly believe that Obama and his socialist cronies would like nothing better than to incite a revolution in America which would allow them to assume dictatorial control.
The Occupy Wall Street movement provides the perfect scenario for them to sow their seeds of hatred and disillusionment for the wealthy and anyone anti-union and anti-government hand-outs.
And if you dont think it could happen here, neither did the French, Russians or Germans."
Somebody wants to get fired from ESPN, right?
Wars have been fought for a helluva lot less reasons than a stray tweet .. or a ‘social(ist) network’ movement .. or other intrigues.
The truth hurts and many people don’t want to hear it. If these few thousand people think they can sway the millions, they better think twice. Someone will get hurt.
What the left would really like to do is perform a second holocaust on all Christians and Jews in America.
Coulter discusses this in depth in DEMONIC
“.....one group of people in the nation to start hating another group of people....”
Now, that should part of the “hate crime” law.
I confess I don’t follow French history as closely as US or British history, but was there not a horribly failed “mini” revolution where the revolutionaries tried to turn it hot but the rest of the masses didn’t join in, resulting in them being massacred?
Could you give me a link to that? I had mentioned it to someone and they asked about the actual quote. I could not find it. I found the one where he says He wishes he could do it without congress. But that is the only one I could find. I could have sworn He said something with the actually phrase "dictator".
“After the French Revolution, much of the people found their living conditions to worse than it was before the revolution.”
That has been the case after every revolution, the American Revolution included.
Here are the differences.
One was able to bring home the Olympics.
One could give an entire speech without notes let alone a teleprompter.
One was able to turn the entire economy around while the rest of the world stayed in a depression.
After three years as its leader one of them was loved as their leader.
One established a space program (V2) while the other destroyed a space program (NASA).
One of them was feared by it enemies.
One of them took a country out of it greatest depression and made them a world leader in almost everything. Science, engineering, and manufacturing.
One of them respected the history of the country they were leading.
One of them respected Churchill’s abilities.
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Obama: Gee, it would be easier to be President of China
Obama Campaign Slogan for 2012
On Monday my doctor performed a colinosscopy and found a Opolip and removed it.
The country will recuperate when Obomlip is impeached,
Let’s hope that our leftists end up with the same fate as Mr. Robespierre.
You may be thinking about the Russian revolt of 1905.
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Let me tell you; the South shall rise again if Barryo gets elected again. Texas folk are rampin up their armories and upgrading their gun licenses to get bigger stuff. Smoke on the water won’t be a song, it’ll be a happinin...
They would like exactly that, but I think not too many Christians and Jews would be rounded up, before word got out, and the scum bags would then be met with armed resistance. Is a civil war what they want?
I’ve always said “they can’t get us all in the same night”, regardless of who “us” is.
The word gets out, and the next “wave” will meet with some “resistance” to say the least.
This is what I say when someone talks about shooting government agents that come onto their property to confiscate their arms. Keep some in another location, give up what you have onsite, get the word out, organize, and resist the next wave.
Is their compartmentalized imbecility the cause of their malice, or is their malice the cause of their imbecility?
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